وقع

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From the root و ق ع (w-q-ʿ).

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وَقَعَ (waqaʿa) I, imperfect يَقَعُ‎ (yaqaʿu)

  1. to fall down, to fall
  2. to occur to the mind
  3. to alight
  4. to kneel down
  5. to lie down
  6. to happen, to occur
  7. to befall
  8. to be firm, solid, fortified
  9. to be necessary, incumbent, indispensable
  10. to run across, to meet with (عَلَى (ʿalā))
  11. to arrive (إلَى (ʾilā) at)
  12. to consist of (فِي ())
  13. to have sexual intercourse (عَلَى (ʿalā) with)
  14. to be located at

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وَقَعَ (waqaʿa) I, imperfect يَقَعُ‎ (yaqaʿu)

  1. to hurry away, to depart
  2. to rush upon, to attack and fight (بِ (bi) someone)
  3. to desist
  4. to intercede in favor of
  5. to sharpen

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وَقَعَ (waqaʿa) I, imperfect يَقَعُ‎ (yaqaʿu)

  1. to slander, to insult, to blacken (one's) character (فِي () or بِ (bi) someone)

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